|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Gujarat (India)|
|Main ingredients||Besan Chickpea flour, spices, peanuts|
Sing Bhujia (English: Spicy Peanuts) is a popular Gujarati snack. It can be served during tea time. It is crunchy and made with roasted peanuts. Serves as a snack during parties with alcohol.
Mix the fried peanuts with the batter of chickpea flour and blend of spices and then it is to be fried in the cooking oil.
- Gujarati cuisine
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